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This article is an orphan, as few or no other articles link to it. Please introduce links to this page from related articles; suggestions may be available. (September 2008) McRefugees is a neologism and McWord referring to those who stay overnight in a 24-hour McDonald's fast food restaurant.[1] Contents 1 History 2 Shanghai incident 3 See also 4 References // History The term was first created in Japanese language: マック難民.[2] (That term has been largely replaced by ネットカフェ難民, literally "net cafe refugee".) In Japan, most McDonald's restaurants are operated around the clock. Due to unemployment and high rents and transportation costs in Japan, McRefugees choose to stay at a McDonald's overnight. The phenomenon and word spread to Hong Kong as 麥難民,[3] where some McRefugees play video games and are known as McGamers.[4] McDonald's opened 24-hour branches in mainland China in September 2006,[5] which quickly attracted McRefugees.[5] Shanghai incident On March 19, 2010, a McRefugee in a McDonald's at Xujiahui, Shanghai was told by a member of McDonald's staff named Li Feng not to sleep in the store. Li was then stabbed with a knife in response. He died of the wound.[6] See also NEET Parasite single Net cafe refugee References ^ "'McRefugees' in Hong Kong?". USA Today. 5/1/2007.  ^ "コーヒー1杯で「宿泊」 「マック難民」が急増". Livedoor. 2007年03月30日. Retrieved 17 Sept 2010.  ^ "日式麥難民現象殺到香港". 蘋果日報. 2007年04月30日.  ^ "McD's shelters 'McRefugees'". New24/Associated Press. 2007-05-01.  ^ a b Wang, Danyang (2010-06-02). "Homeless discover home comforts in restaurants". China Daily.  ^ Wang, Danyang (2010-06-02). "My kind of place". China Daily.  This article related to the culture of Japan is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e This Hong Kong-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e This China-related article is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it. v • d • e v • d • e McDonald's History  • Advertising  • Advertising programs  • Franchises  • Legal issues  • Products  • International variations People Richard and Maurice McDonald · Ray Kroc · Charlie Bell · James Richard Cantalupo · Jack M. Greenberg · Jim Skinner · Ralph Alvarez · Fred L. Turner · George Cohon · Don Gorske · Michael R. Quinlan · Joan Kroc · Donald N. Smith Product list Beef Big Mac · Big N' Tasty · Kiwiburger · Lean Beef Burger · Quarter Pounder · SuperBeef · Deluxe line · Arch Deluxe Chicken Chicken McNuggets · McChicken Other Happy Meal · McRib · Filet-O-Fish · McMuffin · McGriddles · Premium line · Deli Choices Advertising programs Campaigns Golden Arches · Global Gladiators · Mac and Me · Mac Tonight · McDonaldland · McDonald's Monopoly · McDonald's Treasure Land Adventure · M.C. Kids · Supersize · Trademarks · Teenie Beanies · Ronald McDonald · Wacky Adventures of Ronald McDonald Sponsorships Bill Elliott (NASCAR) · Jamie McMurray (NASCAR) · McDonald's Cycle Center · McDonald's Olympic Swim Stadium Related subjects Burger Wars · Fast food advertising Other Donald Land · McDonald's Sign (Pine Bluff, Arkansas) Franchisees & related topics Canada · Israel Criticism Fast Food Nation (film) · McDonaldization · McJob · McLibel · Super Size Me · McDonald's Videogame Legal cases Liebeck v. McDonald's Restaurants · McDonald's Restaurants v. Morris & Steel Other Urban legends · McWords Annual revenue  $22.79 billion USD (2008) · Employees 447,000 (2005) · Stock symbol NYSE: MCD · Website